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This article features the Columbia Theatre Cultural Resource Center, located in the old Columbia Theatre in Columbia, Tyrrell County. Created in 1996, the museum is a part of the Partnership for the Sounds. The museum houses artifacts from various occupations that once existed in the Albemarle Sound region.
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39953
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This article features the Brady C. Jefcoat Museum of Americana in Murfreesboro, NC. The museum houses over 17,000 pieces in exhibits on three floors of the former Murfreesboro High School. This is the largest museum collection on display in North Carolina.
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39954
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This article features the Fort Branch Museum, located near Hamilton, Martin County. Fort Branch is believed to be the only earthen fort left intact in the South with its original artillery. In the first weekend of November and December, Fort Branch comes alive with re-enactors.
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39951
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This article features the Northampton County Museum, founded in 1986 in Jackson, NC. It was one of the first in the State that allow's visitors to touch and interact with the many displays.
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39952
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Windsor, Bertie county is home to three museums--The Windsor Train Museum, Russell's Back in the Day Museum and the Windsor Craftsman and Farmers Museum--all within several blocks of each other.
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39950
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The Ocracoke Preservation Society Museum, a community based, non-profit organization founded in 1983, is committed to the preservation of Ocracoke Island's history and cultural heritage.
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39963
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The article features five little known museums, being: The Cryptozoology and Paranormal Museum in Littleton, NC; Taxidermy Hall of Fame, Southern Pines, NC; Elsewhere Collaborative in Greensboro, NC; Korner's Folly, Kernersville, NC; and the Whirligig Park and Museum in Wilson, NC.
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39960
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This article features the Washington Underground Railroad Museum, created in 2016 in Washington, Beaufort County in a downtown caboose. The National Park Service named the Washington waterfront as Underground Railroad to Freedom site in 2014. The museum is run by Leesa Jones and gives a pictorial history of slavery in Washington and Beaufort County.
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39961
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This article tells of the future opening of the Thad Eure Museum on the second floor of the old Gates County Court House in Gatesville, NC. Eure, who was born in Gates County, went to UNC-Chapel Hill, served in the US Army, was mayor of Winton, NC, and then served as NC Secretary of State from 1937 to 1987.
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39962
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This article features the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, NC. The Museum represents the life and history of people from 13 counties in northeastern North Carolina. The Museum has changing exhibits, special events and can be rented for celebrations and ceremonies.
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39956
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This article features the beautiful Blount-Bridgers House, built in Tarboro, NC in 1808 that houses two museums. The first floor exhibits artifacts and furnishings from the 19th century; while the upstairs houses the permanent collection of native artist Hobson Pittman and exhibition space for art shows.
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39964
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This article features the Ava Gardner Museum, which opened in Smithfield, Johnston County in 200. It features more than 20,000 artifacts about the life of Ava Gardner collected by Tom Banks.
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39957
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This article features the Port O' Plymouth Roanoke River Museum in Plymouth, Washington County, NC. A replica of the ironclad CSS Albemarle is a premier feature of the museum.